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PHILADELPHIA AREA SEES NEED FOR PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON

SERAPH CEO – Dale Yeager has seen a rise in calls and emails by people and attorneys’ seeking investigations and legal help during the Christmas and Hanukah season.

“We’ve been receiving numerous requests each day for asset searches, stalking, divorce legal help and debt collection assistance,” states Yeager. “We have received calls and emails from the Main Line, Philadelphia, Bucks County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, King of Prussia, Norristown, Media, Exton, Wynnewood, Levittown, Oxford Valley and even Allentown the Lehigh Valley.”
SERAPH has seen a great increase in the need to resolve legal issues in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
SERAPH provides divorce legal help, asset searches, money finding, people finding, fraud and theft investigations, embezzlement investigations, and help with bankruptcies, civil judgments, investor fraud or defaulted loans.

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The Investor Fraud Mess: The Value of Criminal Forensic Investigation in the Protection of Financial and Business Investors

The TASA Group, Inc., in conjunction with criminal analyst Dale Yeager,  presents a free, interactive, one-hour webinar, The Value of Forensic Investigation in the Protection of Financial and Business Investors, for all legal professionals and CPAs.

Indictments for Ponzi schemes and investor fraud have been increasing every day. While pundits, Congress and financial experts pinpoint problems with regulatory agencies such as the SEC, the real problem centers on poor due diligence in the private sector.

During this program, legal professionals will learn to improve their due diligence investigations with the use of criminal forensics.

The presenter will cover the following items:

Due Diligence Mess

Investor Fraud and Ponzi schemes

Indictments for Ponzi schemes and investor fraud have been increasing everyday. While pundits, congress and financial experts pinpoint problems with regulatory agencies such as the SEC, the real problem centers on what I call the “Due Diligence Mess,” the way in which this process is handled within the legal and financial community.

After the recent sentencing of Bernard Madoff one of his victims made this statement to USA Today, “My due diligence was the SEC. What greater due diligence can you have than the SEC? They failed us.”